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    February 4, 2013
    11:30 - 12:30am PST  

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a woman and two children are rushed to the hospital tonight after a hit-and-run collision in contra costa county. good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. we begin in pittsburg at the scene of the accident where the crash sent a woman and a victim to the hospital. police say they are not surprised by what happened at
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around 6:00 this evening. >> reporter: this woman and her children appeared to be right here at this crosswalk. to make matters worse there are no street lights out here. check this out, this is what it looks like when we turn off our tv lights. these children's bikes were so new. the tags were still on them. pittsburg police say a hit-and- run driver plowed into a woman and her two kids crossing crest view drive in the crosswalk. emergency crews lifted win of the children while an ambulance took the other two persons. >> i'm so sad to hear about it but i'm really no surprised. >> reporter: they're going too fast. everybody needs to slow down a little bit. >> reporter: it's not clear how fast the driver in this case was going but others say this
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isn't the first time there's been trouble here. >> they've had roll overs. they've had collisions, i mean they had one i would probably say about a few months ago they had a roll over. >> reporter: we still don't know the ages of the woman or her children. tonight we told the sergeant about her condition. he told us there will be no comment about that or anything else involving this case until tomorrow. eric rasmussen, ktvu channel 2 news. california attorney general camela harris filed suit against bp. the lawsuit claims bp has improperly inspected and maintained under ground fuel tanks at arco gas stations and also tampered with fuel leak sensors. alameda county inspectors led the investigation, the suit involves more than 780 gas stations in 37 counties around
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the state. the san francisco 49ers are back home in the bay area tonight after their incredible come back in the super bowl came back just a few yards short. ktvu's matt keller is live now in santa clara with the message they had for the team. >> reporter: the return from the tough loss in the big easy was a little easier thanks to a few fans welcoming the team back in santa clara. >> we need to let the boys know that we support them no matter what, win, lose or tie. >> granted it was a loss we still have to support no matter what. it shows who the real fans are. >> reporter: players also received cheers leaving in their personal cars. but this wasn't a one way
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street of affection. >> i love you all. you the man. you the man. >> what do you want to say to the fans jim? >> you're awesome. this means a lot. >> reporter: some were looking forward to a biggest welcome. >> i wish we were in a parade. >> thanks for all the support. thanks for everything and we'll be back next year. >> reporter: so the quest for six is next season. >> next season, honey. next year. >> reporter: training camp begins this summer and it'll be the final season at candle stick park before they begin playing here at the new stadium in santa clara. the 49er faithful also gathered at manneta to welcome the team back home. one fan noted the players seemed a little down as they filed off the plane but fans
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said they were happy about the exciting season and hoped to see the 49ers return to the super bowl next year. york was quick to acknowledge those fans. he sent out a tweet that said, thank you to those hash tag 49er faithful that welcomed us at the airport. the postgame atmosphere was mostly subdued. chief greg suhr says for the most part people went home quietly from bars and house parties. police did arrest one man for trying to set a tree on fire. there are no reports of other crimes often associated with a championship game. he said police worked with other agencies to keep the street safe. a demolition plan for the current home of the 49ers. what will replace candle stick
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and how people might get a lasting momentum. what we know about santa clara's bid for the big game. new at 10:00, a special meeting tonight to fill a vacant seat after an elected council member became ill and is now unable to work. amber lee is live now at richmond city hall. officials are hearing plenty of opinions but only have two options, amber. >> julie, the special meeting is going on right now beyond these glass doors inside city council which chambers. city leaders are deciding how to fill an empty seat. it was a full house tonight as richmond residents came to city hall to determine how the vacancy will be filled. >> hill due to his illness was unable to take his seat. >> reporter: gary bell won a
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seat but a severe sinus infection has kept him from filling his seat. >> since it's been such a turmoil, i think they should have an election. >> reporter: one by one -- >> i have lived in richmond for almost 50 years. >> reporter: the 12 candidates who want the job spoke including martinez who lost the vote by 25 votes. >> hope flip you will agree that an appointment rather than a special election is the right thing to do. now let me explain why it should be me. >> the voters should make the
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decision, this is the democratic process. >> reporter: before the meeting three city council members told me none of the candidated have needed four out of six notes. if there is a decision within our newscast we will of course bring you an update. reporting live from richmond, amber lee, ktvu channel 2 news. in santa cruz county, a search and rescue crew found a woman's body. guadalupe's cortez was last scene swimming. a man reported her missing but not until this morning. authorities have not confirmed the body is that of cortez. the owner of the drake's bay oyster farm suffered a big loss today in federal court. the government is evicting the oyster farm from its long time home at the point rays national
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seashore. today a judge denied a request to overturn that eviction and refused to allow the company to operate while the lawsuit is heard. ken salazar ordered the oyster farm to be evicted. on wall street today, stocks had their worse day of the year. the dow dropped 120 points. the nasdaq dropped 47. the markets were dropped down by political uncertainty. and boeing has asked the federal aviation administration for permission to test fly it's grounded dream liner. the seattle times report that boeing may start running those test flights early this week. the faa grounded the dream liner after lithium batteries caught fire. commercial flights are weeks if
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not months from resuming. taken from a school bus and held hostage under ground for a week. the heroic rescue of a 5-year- old boy and the unanswered questions raised about the kidnapper. this surveillance mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! [ mom ] don't stress. we can figure this out. ♪ [ male announcer ] get the speed to make
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new details tonight a woman at the wheel of a stolen car crashes and dies and it's all caught on surveillance video. ktvu's deborah villalon is in east oakland now where this noontime accident barely spared two innocent lives, -- deborah. >> reporter: this time opd gets an assist from some dramatic video. a camera is trained on this intersection at foothill and 36th. when look to the upper right as an suv careens out of control and into another car. seen even closer there's a pedestrian walking to that same corner. he's standing inches from the car when the car collides and steps back uninjured. >> that man was the luckiest man in oakland today. >> reporter: he ran from his store when it happened and found the driver of the jeep had been killed instantly crushed when it flipped on her.
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moments later, the man ran into the store saying the suv had just been stolen from his driveway, several blocks away. >> he said he started running into the house to get something, when he comes back the truck was gone. >> reporter: police confirm the jeep was stolen and say the woman driving the red honda hit practically head on wasn't seriously hurt. >> she was knocked out. but she was good. she was taken to the hospital. >> reporter: the father and -- the family of the victim rushed to the store too and watched the surveillance video. a witness who tied the crash tied a balloon at the scene and
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turned on a candle. the woman in the jeep had no identification on her so it's going to take a while to use fingerprints to find out who she was. a truck driver is recovering from chemical burns tonight following an acid leak at the conoco phillips. the driver was burned when he tried to unlatch the trailer door. a container cleaning cleaning acid had been punctured. we've been told that neighbors and near by businesses were never in any danger from fumes. the roads are a mine fill of potholes. neighbors say the city of oakland and pg & e crews have filled and repaired the black top but it's not enough. joseph hayman has lived in the neighborhood for seven years
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and says he's replaced two tires. >> one is bad, and a lot of vehicles have problems with the tires, their alignment and it needs to be improved. >> reporter: the city of oakland holds the yearly pothole blitz repairing thousands of potholes. public works has not returned our calls. in the city of socal it wasn't potholes but vandalled that caused an enormous amount of damage in our vehicles. sheriff deputies are working with the california highway patrol. investigators say a person threw something on to highway 1 around 5:15 a.m. striking a car window and causing a crash. san jose police late today released a sketch of a man who they say savagely beat a 70- year-old woman during a home invasion last week. he was described as latino man with a thin build and light
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complexion. investigators also released new details about the attack which happened just before 2:00 a.m. last friday on mahonec drive in east san jose. police say the suspect and an accomplice terrorized the suspect and a woman and ransacked the home. a six day stand off in alabama came to a dramatic end today with the death of a violent survivalist who was holding a 5-year-old hostage. today that 5-year-old is said to be doing well, joking, laughing and eating. >> reporter: just two days before his sixth birthday, agents rescue a little boy from his captor ending a hostage situation that had drug out for six days. fbi agents storm the alleged gunman's bunker this afternoon. >> within the past 24 hours
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negotiations deteriorated and mr. dikes was observed holding a gun. at this point, authorities fearing the health of the child, entered the bunker. the little boy is said to be doing fine, the suspect is deceased. >> reporter: the little boy was taken to the hospital. >> it's by the grace of god you know he's okay. >> reporter: it remains unclear at this point how the gunman jimmy lee dykes died. bomb technicians are looking at his property. the 65-year-old allegedly shot and killed a school bus driver before kidnapping the child last tuesday. it was a day before dykes was scheduled to appear in court. some neighbors say the vietnam era neighbor patrolled his house at night with a gun.
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the bus driver has been hailed as a hero to protect about 20 other children on the bus. >> reporter: it is say that the suspect had a story to tell, it is unclear if that story will ever be revealed. friends of a girl who's podty was found dead returned to school today. grief counselors were on hand. police have not released her name but say they have made progress. >> what happened had nothing to do with the school. any school property or any school related activities. >> a memorial at the crime scene continues to grow. and a cousin of the victim says a candlelight vigil will be held at the scene on friday. oracle's cup contender is back on the water.
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team usa unveiled the catamoran. the wing sails and holes have been repaired and put through a series of load tests. they were damaged october 16th when the yacht flipped over during training. san francisco will host the america's cup races in september. pretty warm out there today, especially toward morgan hill and out toward livermore. it was 65 degrees out there today. we had fog this morning, there's a lot of fog forming out toward walnut creek, concord and the danville area. more clouds in the forecast. this system looks weak and it slides through tomorrow. back here you can barely see it system number two. it didn't show up on the screen. but there's a system number two that's going to get in here and show us showers. right now we're going to talk about tomorrow's forecast lows. temperatures will be on the
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cool side. it'll be foggy, dense fog areas. daytime highs tomorrow cooler than they were a few days ago. we will take the computer model and i will show you what system number two is going to do, when it's going to do it and where it's going to do. it we'll see you back here. new details tonight about deadly tour bus crash. plus-- >> a north bay community is in shock after a family tragedy ends in murder. what investigators say led to a violent argument between a mother and daughter in this home. a massive fire on the east coast that burned for hours. how it turned dangerous for firefighters. a reminder you can
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five firefighters are
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hospitalized tonight in maryland after they were hurt while fighting this four alarm fire at a lumber company. the firefighters were trying to put out the fire when the building collapsed trapping the four firefighters. tonight they are in stable condition and are expected to survive but the fire is still burning at this hour and no word on what caused it. authorities have now lowered the death toll from eight to seven with at least 17 others still hospitalized. passengers say they were headed down a mountain road when the bus suddenly sped up and the driver shouted to call 911 because the brakes had failed. the bus rear ended a vehicle.
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as ktvu's allie rasmuss tells us, a woman killed her mother. >> reporter: neighbors say what happened here is a story of a mother who refused to give up on her daughter. >> it's a sad, sad thing. >> reporter: 59-year-old nancy franzel lived here with her 28- year-old daughter julia. >> we know she has mental health issues. >> reporter: just after 8:00 this morning, julia went to a neighbor's house to report someone had died. >> there was blood on her hands and her clothing. they went inside and found her mother nancy deceased inside the residence. >> reporter: julia franzen was arrested for murder. >> she was stabbed multiple times and it occurred in multiple rooms of the
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residence. >> there had been instances before with the police coming out. >> reporter: nancy had tried to get her daughter help for mental health and drug problems. no matter how strained the parent-child relationship neighbors say franzel always let her daughter come home. >> i know that all parents that i know would want to help their children. >> reporter: near sebasta pool, allie rasmus. the boy scouts of america national board began three days of closed door meetings tomorrow. on the agenda whether to end the ban on openly gay scouts and scout leaders. they say the petitions contain 1.4 million signatures encouraging an end to the ban. the scouts say they are
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considering allowing different religious civic groups to decide for themselves to maintain an exclusive gays or open up their memberships. she was shot in the head. in news of the world the remarkable recovery of a 15- year-old activist now speaking about her survival for the first time. >> we will a -z a city has a con srer -- we will as a city have a conversation about how to say goodbye. >> demolition of candle stick park. see there is no mass-produced human.
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second fire there today. firefighters were called out to the bliss bar on castro street around 8:30 this evening when they arrived they found smoke coming from the building. this evening's fire came about seven hours after a one alarm fire damaged the first floor bar. firefighters at the scene say it appears hot spots from that first fire rekindled sparking tonight's fire. public records show superdome officials were worried about a power outage several months before the super bowl. the cause of last night's power outage is still under investigation. but a check showed decay. this morning the nfl said the outage does not hurt new orleans charges to host super bowls in the future. super bowl viewers lit up twitter in the moments following that power outage. twitter says there were 24.1 million posts during last night's super bowl. some of those were from companies like oreo trying to capitalize on the black out telling people they could still dunk in the dark.
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it turns out super bowl xxxvii did not break the record for tv viewer ship but boy it sure came close. last night's game became the third most watched program in u.s. history behind super bowls 46 and super bowl xliv. the neil company estimates 144 million people watched the game. baltimore was the most tuned in city but san francisco incredibly didn't even make the top 10. candle stick park long criticized for its out of the way location and chilly wind may soon become a bay area memory. as david stevenson reports the stick also holds some very dear memories and some people are now asking to have a piece of it. it's hosted everything from the beatles final show to the show that rocked the city. candle stick is to be
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demolished in a few months. >> this is going to be a very emotional thing. >> reporter: lenar plans to build a shopping center and plans to demolish candle stick very soon. once the stick is taken down, lenard plans to recycle the rubble to graze the foundation. season ticketholders are already requesting their seats. >> it's a place that people have you know lifetime and sometimes multiple generations worth of memories. >> reporter: people such as 49ers fans and candle stick employee jorish roberson. >> i think that there should be other events to keep the stadium up because it's
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actually a great stadium. >> reporter: the rebuild on this site and the largest hunter's point area is expected to take about 10 years. at candle stick park, david stevenson. virgin america announce today it is venturing outside of the u.s. for the first time. it will travel from san yo se -- san jose on may first. but it's hoping to grab the attention of business travelers with a first class cabin, wifi and satellite tv. plus passengers can also enjoy a plush new virgin lounge at lax. former massachusetts senator john kerry reported to work as the new secretary of state today. and he joked about taking over after two women held the position for the past eight years. >> can a man actually run the state department? as the saying goes, i have been
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heels to fill. >> reporter: kerry is replacing hillary clinton prior to her condoleezza rice held the office. the new secretary said he will do everything to be focused on the security and safety of state department employees. some are recalling senator mccain racist following a tweet that he posted comparing iranian president to a monkey. the tweet posted today said, so so ahmadinejad wants to be the first in space. wasn't he just there last week.
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senator mccain apologized for the tweet. and today she spoke to the media for the first time since she was shot. >> i'm getting better day by day. it's just because of the prayers of people. because of these prayers, god has given me this new life. and this is the second life, this is a new life. and i want to serve. i want to serve the people. >> the taliban shot malala at point-blank range to stop her work. also in britain, researchers said dna tests indicate beyond a reasonable doubt that skeletal remains found under a parking lot are those of king richard iii. the skull had a large hole in it consistent with reports the king was killed after suffering a blow on the battlefield. and in pakistan, government
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officials say a multi million dollars amusement park will be built in the town where osama bin laden was killed. two years ago u.s. navy seals stormed osama bin laden's compound and osama bin laden was killed. the late south carolina senator strong thurmon was found. >> my father's name was james thurmon. >> reporter: she did not go public until the age of 33. in 1948, strong thurman ran for president. washington williams died yesterday at the age of 97.
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the james irvine foundation handed out grants to three nonprofits from the bay area. one of them jose quinonez delivers financial help. >> they have to pull into resources and that's how they invest credit. >> reporter: each recipient was awarded $125,000. the common link that made the houses all targets. chief meteorologist bill martin
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police in vallejo are investigating the city's first homicide of the year. officers say a shooting victim was found early this morning on a sidewalk near borges lane and evelyn circle in vallejo. the man's name is being withheld pending notification of next of kin. a deadly shooting at oakland's huge first friday event has organizers and even some community members questioning its future. police have arrested one man for the killing of 18-year-old kiante campbell and the shooting of three others last friday but they aren't releasing the suspect's name at this time. now, organizers are concerned that the event has grown from an evening of art to an out of hand block party. >> you cannot say that it is not a block party because it
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has become that. and that is something that we were careful to stay away from in the early days. >> reporter: first friday draws thousands of people to art galleries and other attractions in the downtown and uptown areas of oakland. police say they'll have an even higher profile at the next first friday in march. police in livermore say two people have been arrested in connection with a rash of home burglaries. the common link among theft victims seems to be a list of newspaper subscribers on vacation as paul chambers reports it was an item found in a stolen car that gave police the break in the case. residents in this walnut creek communitity say there's been at least 10 burglaries of home in the area recently. they think some of the victims are on the contra costa time vacation list. residents are being kept in the
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loop on the crimes by video. >> we have an alert. we set the alarm when it's just basic stuff to go run errands and stuff like that. >> reporter: police found that two suspects came to liver -- livermore in a stolen vehicle. >> the next day they came into the police department and gave us items that didn't belong to them that they found in their car. and that's where that list of vacation stops was found. >> reporter: we do know that the contra costa times are doing their own internal investigation and have changed how they do the vacation hold list. it's still unclear if the two other men arrested are connected to the burglary.
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the california supreme court ruled in favor of apple and another internet retailers. online retailers may ask credit card users for their home addresses and telephone numbers. state law forbids california businesses from doing so. in a divided 4-3 ruling they found that the ruling does not apply to online stores. the descending justices say the ruling compromises consumer privacy. from a heartbreaking loss to the hope of playing host. >> how can you go wrong with that. that's the state of the art stadium right there. >> in just two minutes we'll tell you when we'll know if the super bowl is coming to the bay area. >> free breakfast for a good cause. how celebrating national pancake day
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the 49ers just played in the super bowl and in four months the bay area will find out if it's going to host the super bowl. ktvu's ken pritchett tellses now there are two scenarios that could affect -- tells us now there are two scenarios that could affect if and when the super bowl comes to the bay area. >> reporter: as fans gathered to welcome the team home. there was a hope to return to not only return to the super bowl but host it right here. >> we're looking forward to that. let's go right now. >> reporter: right now is not an option. but matthews says he's confident about 2015. >> when they look at the fact that we have everything from the golden gate to the silican valley and everything in the region, we simply cannot be
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beat. >> reporter: the nfl has been known as with super bowl xlv in dallas cowboy stadium to award cities shortly after they build brand new venues. much is at stake. >> most super bowls bring 150 million to 300 million total economic impact we think that's going to happen here too. >> reporter: the region easily has the hotel space but many questions remain with many bay area cities benefits how will costs be spread. >> for santa clara as a city it has to be a net positive for us. >> reporter: for fans super bowl l is too far out. >> we got it baby. >> reporter: on may 21st the nfl owners will make the announcement on the host city for super bowl l. if miami wins then santa clara will be competing with houston to host super bowl li. that announcement will also be made on that same day, may 21st. ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2
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news. giant's pitcher sergio romo is off the hook following a dispute at the las vegas airport. clark county officials said today prosecutors have decided not to file charges against romo. romo later apologized for the incident. tomorrow the california supreme court is scheduled to hear a case that could affect the future of medical marijuana dispensaries all across the state. at issue is whether local governments can ban retail pot dispensaries within their borders. supporters of medical marijuana claim state law allows local governments to set limits on dispensaries but not to outlaw them. because federal law prohibits the sale of marijuana and the state allows it, local governments are caught right in the middle. the battle over a 7/11 store is headed to court. the convenience store chain and the owner of the property filed
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a petition to try to keep that store on north san mateo drive open. some residents have protested against the store. the 7/11 had replaced an italian deli that was grandfathered in at that neighborhood. the international house of pancakes is serving pancakes for free tomorrow as part of a nationwide fundraiser. patrons are encouraged to donate to a network of children's hospitals and other local charities. this is the fifth year of this fundraiser. i hop hopes to raise $3 million tomorrow. this week is going to be about more clouds, cooler temperatures or lower temperatures and a chance of showers as we get into tuesday. it kind of rolls through here
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tomorrow. maybe a few cloud cloudses, maybe some drizzle. here's number two. that gets in here on thursday. that one has some legs but to the tune of maybe .05 of an inch of rain. not a big system at least as it looks right now. the big story, not necessarily the showers. there's reports of dense fog up in the north bay out toward black point. i've got dense fog reports out in the delta. fog an issue tomorrow morning when you get going. dewpoints are running high right. so the temperature drops into the upper 30s in most inland bay valleys. it's tuesday at 6:00. the model and it's picking up fog. we just set up this model. you see the basic footprint. significant fog. not just inland valley fog but along the coast. so those two combine up and it's messy right.
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makes kind of a slow burn off during the day. we will burn off in the afternoon. we see a few light showers. light showers the model is trying to pick up offshore here. at this point i would not be surprised to see drizzle. not a deal breaker on any of this stuff. tuesday more clouds. cooler and fog. more fog. the extended forecast for those showers here on thursday. but none of that is a big deal either. at least as it stands. here we are tuesday afternoon, here we are wednesday morning. here comes thursday. here we are wednesday afternoon. here comes thursday, right there. what is that right. 6:00a.m. that's nothing. here we are in the afternoon, goes through. .1 if we're lucky. that's how it looks now. they get three to four inches of snow. 58 in fairfield, 59 in santa rosa. not chilly but any means but certainly on the mild side but cooler than today. and the five day forecast it did not feel like february and it did not feel like january.
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>> no there's not. >> there's nothing really there. doesn't mean nothing is going to happen but something has to start clicking. >> we will probably get it all in march and april. >> right. >> thank you, bill. 100 years ago today civil rights activists rosa parks was born. parks is known for refusing to give up her seat for a white man in a montgomery alabama bus in 1955. her arrest prompted a young local minister named martin luther king jr. to lead a boycott of the transportation system. parks died in 2005. an asteroid on a path that will take it
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an as troeut is expected to pass fairly close to earth later this month on february 15th. the asteroid is about 150 feet in diameter that's as big as a supermarket and large enough to wipe out a major metropolitan
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area. but astronomer tracking the asteroid says it will not come close to earth. >> it's eight games into the end of the season and i think the other teams are starting to catch up with the sharks. but some teams seem to have the shark's number line anaheim. the sharks were 12-one. sharks wore white sweaters in anaheim and there's no disney ride right here. these two teams can dish it out and they can also take it. sharks beat the ducks last tuesday. logan couture got close. it stayed 1-0 until the third. sharks goalie thomas grace. ducks get a break. look at that puck carried it out there. makes it no gimmie. that's your game winner the
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first time in eight games the, shas fail to get a win -- games the sharks fail to get a win. sharks win. >> who has it better than us? baltimore does actually. three incompletions went to michael crabtree. the pass thrown probably uncatchable. but coach harbaugh protested the call. officials did not call it against the 49er navarro bowman. so at least some players don't blame the refs. >> you know we had a chance. and we didn't close out and it came down to that basically. you know they battled.
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we put ourselves in a hole. we fought back. you know offense drove down and didn't put it in. but you know it's not on them it's on us. they put up two minute points on our defense and we didn't get all the field we needed to. >> oakland traded for a guy who may push hero. the former stanford cardinal infielder jeb lawry comes in a trade with houston. he batted .244. they also get fernando rodriguez. houston receives chris carter in a deal. carter hit 16 homers. before that carter was the a's minor league player of the year for two seasons. that is sports as we see it for this monday night. >> a few monday is just beginning. all right.
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which is ending. >> thank you fred. >> thank you for trusting ktv
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